British Royal Family: Prince Charles Shows Off His Smooth Moves During Traditional Drum Dance In Canada

Don’t worry folks. The prince still has it. Prince Charles danced while taking part in a 1000-year-old traditional Dene Dum dance in Yellowknife, the capital of Canada’s Northwest Territories.

The Prince of Wales, who was on a three-day royal tour of Canada with Camilla, also spoke privately with Chief Edward Sangris and Chief Fred Sangris about issues affecting Indigenous peoples on his journey to meet the First Nation leadership of Yellowknives Dene in the Chief to see Drygeese government buildings in Detta.

Prince Charles shows off his lithe movements in the traditional drum dance in Canada

According to those present, Charles was then happily persuaded by the chiefs to take part in the conga-style dance. He smiled as the dancers took selfies as the line snaked in circles around the room. The dance, which consists of drums and singing, is performed at most gatherings and celebrations. The drummers sing and play their caribou skin drums to the rhythmic beat as they dance around in circles – always clockwise to follow the sun.

In other words, the future King of England still has his lithe movements, even at his age.

Earlier this month it was reported that many critics want Charles and Camilla to apologize for Canada’s British colonial past. Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby traveled to Canada and apologized for the “horrific crime” of the Anglican Church’s involvement in the school system. He said, “I am so sorry that the church has engaged in an attempt … to dehumanize and abuse those we should have accepted as brothers and sisters.”

After hearing stories from survivors, Justin Welby told them, “I’m more sorry than I can say. I am ashamed. I am horrified.”

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Alley Einstein

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